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Burial of Michael Jackson at Neverland Denied


Burial of Michael Jackson at Neverland Denied

Thursday, July 2 2009

Despite the rumors saying that the burial of Michael Jackson will be done in his Neverland Ranch, the singer's family, however, did not get a residential exemption which is required for a burial on private property.



The Jackson family said in a statement, "Contrary to previous news reports, the Jackson family is officially stating that there will be no public or private viewing at Neverland. Plans are underway regarding a public memorial for Michael Jackson, and we will announce those plans shortly."



The investment company Colony Capital, that bought Neverland in May 2008, also tried to obtain an exemption for the burial of the King of Pop but "They couldn't get it in time," a spokesperson of the company stated.



by FW Editor

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